Excavations at Exe Bridge, Exeter 1975-79 (Exeter archive site 56)

Exeter City Council, Cotswold Archaeology, 2015

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Introduction

Excavations at Exe Bridge, Exeter 1975-79 (Exeter archive site 56)

The excavations and recording work at Exe Bridge took place between the years 1975 and 1979 and were carried out by Exeter Museums Archaeological Field Unit. The investigations showed that 8 and a half arches survived from the bridge built c 1200 (which originally contained 17-18 arches); also that St Edmund's Church, which formerly stood above the second and third river arches from the Exeter end, formed part of the original construction..